Maxwell M Andler, Jr. M.D.
Burger Crane, R.N.
Hill, Ph.D., MFT
Wayne Allen LeVine
Michael B. Druxman has been writing his entire life and is still remembered up in Washington State where he graduated from the University of Washington. He is a machine when it comes to writing! 20 years in Hollywood as a screenwriter, promoter and film historian prepared Mr. Druxman to become the professional writer he is. He is the author of 6 produced stage plays, 7 non-fiction published books and several produced screenplays. Mr. Druxman knows his craft and is passionate about communicating the best of what fiction writing can be in almost every genre.
A few of his stage, TV and movie credits include: Dillinger and Capone (1995), Cheyenne Warrior (1994), Keaton's Cop (1990), Jolson (1987-88 and 1997). Mr. Druxman also wrote and directed a horror film filmed in Ireland titled The Doorway: starring Roy Scheider. This is a supernatural thriller/black comedy. He is presently working on several new screenplays and another novel. Mr. Druxman completed a musical with his son in 2007 titled Hail On The Chief which was given a reading at the Stella Adler Theater in Hollywood.
The Center Press is proud to have published three works by Mr. Druxman including How To Write A Story...Any Story: The Art Of Storytelling, Cheyenne Warrior: The Original Screenplay and Nobody Drowns In Mineral Lake which is Mr. Druxman's first novel. His second novel, Shadow Watcher, was published in early 2008.
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